Abington Police Reports, March 31
The wallet theft might hurt his Angie's List rating
Receiving stolen property … An arrest warrant was issued March 7 for Michael Carroll Miller, 37, of the 1100 block of Grovania Avenue, Abington, after he pawned four pieces of jewelry at Roslyn Cash for Gold in the 1100 block of Easton Road, police said. According to police, a burglary occurred in the 1100 block of Grovania Avenue on March 6 between 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
The victim reported the following items missing: an amethyst and diamond necklace worth $600; one amethyst and diamond earring worth $300; a men’s gold wedding band with six diamonds worth $350; and a platinum and diamond ring worth $5,500. Police found a slip dated March 6 at the pawn shop with the items listed. The victim positively identified the items, police said.
Theft … Jose Quesada III, 35, of the 1200 block of Thomson Road, Abington, was arrested March 17 at 12:09 a.m. at the Abington Police headquarters after he admitted to a March 14 theft, police said. According to police, the victim, who lives in the 300 block of Leona Avenue has hired Quesada for the past several years as a maintenance man. On March 14 at about noon, Quesada was at the victim’s house to perform various jobs. After the tasks were complete, Quesada was unable to find transportation home. The victim gave Quesada a ride to the Ardsley train station at about 3:15 p.m. Quesada was sitting in the back seat … and stole the victim’s wallet, which was also in the back seat. The wallet contained about $200 and several credit cards.
Quesada gave a full statement to the police admitting to taking the wallet.
Forgery and felony drug possession … An arrest warrant was issued March 15 for Michael Delsordo, 20, of the unit block of Steeplechase Circle, Horsham, after he dropped off his medical records to his doctor’s office, police said. According to police, Delsordo made two unauthorized alterations to his record to include a manufactured prescription. The alterations would have made it easier for Delsordo to get drugs in the future, police said.
Simple Assault … Frederick H. Clayton Jr., 29, of the 4900 block of Growden Avenue, Langhorne, was arrested March 15 at 5:19 p.m. at Penn State Abington near the parking lot on Woodland Road after he strangled a victim following an argument over a vehicle, police said. According to police, the victim said Clayton got very upset and violently grabbed the victim around the neck in a choke hold. The victim could not breath. The victim also said Clayton was trying to flip the victim over by the neck; the victim almost lost consciousness, police said.
There were red marks and scratches on the victim’s neck.
According to police, Clayton said he made “some type of movement” toward the victim and then said he grabbed the victim around the neck. According to a witness, the victim said, “Dude get off of me. You are breaking my neck.”